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Earn 10 Qantas Points per A$1 equivalent spent on carbon offsetting, and we’ll also match your contribution. 

Conditions apply

Through our Fly Carbon Neutral Program, one Qantas customer offsets their flight every minute. When you tick-the-box to Fly Carbon Neutral, you’re supporting accredited projects that offset your carbon footprint and make a positive impact on our planet. Tick-the-box to Fly Carbon Neutral when booking your flight or choose to offset your flight in bookings in My account.

Our program is not-for-profit - your contribution goes directly to environmental projects across Australia and the world.

When you use cash to fly carbon neutral, we’ll match your contributions dollar for dollar, plus we’ll reward you with 10 Qantas Points for every A$1 equivalent spent on carbon offsetting.

Carbon offsetting your flight will count towards achieving your Green Tier status.
Conditions apply

How to earn Qantas Points with Fly Carbon Neutral

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Find the flight you want on qantas.com
Step 2
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Enter your Frequent Flyer number when you book
Step 3
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Tick the box to Fly Carbon Neutral when booking your flight or choose to offset your flight in bookings in My account

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Points will be added to your account within seven days of booking

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Projects you’ll support when you Fly Carbon Neutral

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Babinda Reef Project

Sixty minutes from Cairns, this project is rebuilding wetlands, restoring critical habitat and replanting endangered rainforest, allowing them to naturally filter water before it reaches the Great Barrier Reef.

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Rarakau Rainforest Conservation Project

Located in New Zealand, this project protects 738 hectares of Maori-owned indigenous rainforest that would have ​been milled for timber. The forest captures more than 2,430 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year.​

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The traditional owners in Arnhem Land. Ranger groups across northern Australia.

Arnhem Land Fire Abatement Project

Supporting Aboriginal Traditional Owners and rangers to utilise customary fire knowledge and skills in tandem with contemporary technology to accomplish highly sophisticated landscape-scale fire management.

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